State agencies, including, but not limited to, the Department of Corrections, the Department of Education, the Department of Juvenile Justice, the Department of Elderly Affairs, the Department of Health, the Department of Financial Services, and the Agency for Health Care Administration. A patterned deficiency is a deficiency where more than a very limited number of individuals are affected or more than a very limited number of staff are involved, the situation has occurred in several locations, or the same individual or individuals have been affected by repeated occurrences of the same deficient practice but the effect of the deficient practice is not found to be pervasive throughout the facility.
In cooperation with service providers, foster and actively seek additional funding to enhance resources for prevention, intervention, clinical treatment, and recovery support services, including, but not limited to, the development of partnerships with: Intradepartmental and interdepartmental program offices, including, but not limited to, child care services; family safety; delinquency services; health services; economic services; and children’s medical services. The department shall indicate the classification on the face of the notice of deficiencies in accordance with s. An isolated deficiency is a deficiency affecting one or a very limited number of individuals or involving one or a very limited number of staff, or a situation that occurred only occasionally or in a very limited number of locations.
In addition, the chairperson may appoint workgroups as necessary from among the members of the advisory council in order to efficiently address specific issues. The department shall conduct background screening, as provided in s. Members of a foster family and persons residing with the foster family who are between 12 and 18 years of age are not required to be fingerprinted but must have their backgrounds checked for delinquency records. These violations are of a type that the department determines do not threaten the health, safety, or security of an individual.
A representative of a state agency appointed to any workgroup shall be the head of the agency, or his or her designee. 397.4073, as part of the licensure application for all owners, directors, chief financial officers, and clinical supervisors of a service provider. Members of the foster family and persons residing with the foster family over 18 years of age are subject to full background checks. The department shall impose an administrative fine as provided in this section for a cited class IV violation.
The collection of information serves as a basis for identifying an appropriate treatment regimen.“Credentialing entity” means a nonprofit organization that develops and administers professional, facility, or organization certification programs according to applicable nationally recognized certification or psychometric standards.“Disclose” or “disclosure” means a communication of identifying information, the affirmative verification of another person’s communication of identifying information, or the communication of any information regarding an individual who has received services. The advisory council shall determine the most effective means of establishing clear and meaningful lines of communication between the advisory council and the public and private sectors in order to ensure that the process of developing and implementing the state drug control strategy has afforded a broad spectrum of the public and private sectors an opportunity to comment and make recommendations. Violations of this part or applicable rules shall be classified according to the nature of the violation and the gravity of its probable effect on an individual receiving substance abuse treatment.
Any disclosure made pursuant to this chapter must be limited to that information which is necessary to carry out the purpose of the disclosure.“Habitual abuser” means a person who is brought to the attention of law enforcement for being substance impaired, who meets the criteria for involuntary admission in s. Review and make recommendations to the Governor and Legislature on funding substance abuse programs and services, consistent with the state drug control strategy, as developed. Violations shall be classified on the written notice as follows: Class “I” violations are those conditions or occurrences related to the operation and maintenance of a service component or to the treatment of an individual which the department determines present an imminent danger or a substantial probability that death or serious physical or emotional harm would result therefrom.
As an individual progresses along this continuum of misuse, abuse, and dependence, there is an increased need for substance abuse intervention and treatment to help abate the problem.“System of care” means a coordinated continuum of community-based services and supports that are organized to meet the challenges and needs of individuals who are at risk of developing substance abuse problems or individuals who have substance abuse problems.s. To maximize the effectiveness of such forums, multiple agencies should participate. The department shall establish the licensure process to include fees and categories of licenses and must prescribe a fee range that is based, at least in part, on the number and complexity of programs listed in s. The fees from the licensure of service components are sufficient to cover the costs of regulating the service components. All owners, directors, chief financial officers, and clinical supervisors of service providers are subject to level 2 background screening as provided under chapter 435. A citation for a class III violation must specify the time within which the violation is required to be corrected.